Golf technology – and terminology – can be a minefield, and this page is here to help you.
TST – Twin Slot Technology. The first slot behind the club face distributes weight evenly around the hitting surface – generating unrivalled forgiveness. The second slot creates a further ‘power pocket’, propelling the ball off the face faster than any other iron.
CCT – Ceramic Core Technology. Exclusive Lynx process used to develop Twin Slot Technology from a one piece constructed iron head. This technology is costly but produces a far more consistent and superior product than a two-piece constructed head.
EET – Effective Energy Transfer. A device (system) unique to Lynx that is present on the inner surface behind the striking face of a golf club that disperses energy effectively across the hitting area offering greater forgiveness on off-centre hits. EET will also help to maintain a consistent ball flight off the driver face.
VT – Variable Thickness. Redistributes extra thickness and weight towards the periphery of the club face. This Technology reduces the amount of sidespin imparted on off centre hits from the centre by up to 36%, the result of this is improved accuracy and greater distance on all off centre hits.
WBS – Weight Bar System. Reversible weight bar on the sole which means the player can reposition weight to the front or back of the club head. By repositioning this weight, it gives the player ultimate control over their preferred launch angles and ball spin – giving more control and accuracy.
CFT – Curved Face Technology. Reduces back-spin and “ball jump” at impact by creating early top-spin which results in a truer and more consistent roll.
PFT – Progressive Face Thickness. Enables weight to be distributed around the club face giving maximum performance on all off-centre hits.
ALP – Adjustable Lie Putter. This allows the player to adjust the hosel angle from 68º-76º, making the putter face flatter or more upright to suit the player’s preferred putting stroke.
COG – Centre Of Gravity. In the Lynx COG Putter, moving the COG weight higher increases stability at impact and improves forward momentum for a more consistent and accurate roll.